Eric Trump brush­es off effect of seiz­ing Trump assets: ‘Actu­al­ly going to hurt 1,000s of employ­ees’

Eric Trump brushes off effect of seizing Trump assets: ‘Actually going to hurt 1,000s of employees’

Eric Trump has dis­missed the effect that the seiz­ing of for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump‘s assets would have on his father, argu­ing that thou­sands of Trump Orga­ni­za­tion employ­ees would be the peo­ple most affect­ed.
Trump, the son of the for­mer pres­i­dent and the exec­u­tive vice pres­i­dent of the Trump Orga­ni­za­tion, made his com­ment the day before his father was required to pay a $454 mil­lion bond, which relates to an order in Trump’s New York civ­il fraud case. Eric Trump crit­i­cized the amount of the bond, argu­ing that bonds worth almost $500,000 “don’t exist in this coun­try,” while claim­ing that the court aims to put his father out of busi­ness.
“And you know who they’re actu­al­ly going to hurt?” Eric Trump not­ed on Fox News’s Sun­day Morn­ing Futures with Maria Bar­tiro­mo. “They’re going to hurt the thou­sands and thou­sands of employ­ees that we have in New York state. These are jan­i­tors, these are door­men, these are peo­ple that work in com­mer­cial build­ings. They’re going to hurt those indi­vid­u­als, not the exec­u­tives.” …